III. RESPONSE TO GEPA 4l7(b) (Continued)
o Analyzing 'DISTAR* Project Study Achievement Data funded through an
unsolicited proposal to ED by the Uvalde, Texas, Independent School
o An LEA Selection Procedures Study by Pelavin Associates of Washington,
D.C., that will examine entry/exit criteria for bilingual education
o A Special Analysis of Data from the "English Language Proficiency Study"
(ELPS) on National LEP Persons Estimates by Decision Resources of
Contacts for Further Information:
Program Operations: Rudy Munis, (202) 245-2695
Gilbert N. Garcia, (202) 245-2600
Program Studies: Robert Stonehill, (202) 245-9401
1. The Education Amendments of 1984, P.L. 98-511 (October 19, 1984),
authorized bilingual education through FY 1988.
2. Includes $9 million for bilingual vocational training and $81 million
for bilingual desegregation programs.
3. This authorization was established by the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation
Act of 1981, P.L. 97-35. The authorization and appropriation are
shared with programs in Chapters 201, 204, and 205.t of San Francisco, California